Physical Education, High School, Physical Activity, Graduation
For those that send off their child into the world, it is hoped they will recall what was taught to them. This applies to high school (HS) physical education (PE) teachers and their students that graduate from HS. The purpose of this case study was to assess current HS PE teachers, fitness club personnel, those that frequent fitness clubs and current HS students regarding HS PE preparing HS students for real world application regarding fitness. Participants from these four groups were interviewed to help better understand the preparation of graduated HS students participating in health clubs. From this case study three of the four groups felt they had and were being prepared to be successful in health clubs and those activities that are found in health clubs. This study sheds light on the fact that HS PE is the last opportunity of a student to be involved in an organized class that has real world application.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barney, David C. and Kahaialii, Nathan, "High School Physical Education and its Effects on Fitness Center Participation After Graduation: A Case Study" (2018). All Faculty Publications. 2126.
David O. McKay School of Education
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